finefools: justin timberlake is making a comeback and justin bieber is finally at his breaking point. coincidence? no. there can only be one justin.
whitecoffey: Why can’t October 2013 just start tomorrow? Seriously. I need this book like now. Not in 5 months. NOW!!!
If you are in a book fandom, then I commend you.
ifreakinlovebooks: lizthefangirl: Why, you ask? Only because of the simple fact that there is no specimen of fandom with more sass— —or with more charm— Not to mention more feelings— But above all, there are also no other fandoms with so much love— —and so much dedication— So whether you are waiting for a new one to find you, or you’ve been in one for a decade,...
magnusbayne: If you’re reading a book I like I will literally not leave you alone and ask you every 5 minutes what part you’re at
that annoying moment when you are trying to unhook your bra and just can’t seem to reach no matter how hard you try. Meh -.-
volextus: Can I haz nicely bound copies of everything Tolkien pls. None of this paperback nonsense. Book binding is an art gdi. I mean look at these beauties [x] There are sleeves inside the sleeves for goodness sake. [x] Gilded edges dammit [x] I’m ready to cry now [x] MOAR GILDED BEAUTIES [x] HOLY CRAP WHAT IS THIS IT COMES IN A BOX [x] AN OMNIBUS. THE WAY IT’S MEANT TO BE...
Cross out what you’ve already read. Six is... →
bronzedragon: So, of everything that’s not crossed out, is there anything worth reading/that I should read or would enjoy? (Screw Obligatory Great Works Of Literature - what haven’t I read that’s good?) Pride and Prejudice - Jane Austen The Lord of the Rings - JRR Tolkien Jane Eyre - Charlotte Bronte Harry Potter series - JK Rowling To Kill a Mockingbird - Harper Lee The Bible - Council...
debilitating: if you are at a bookstore buying a book and they have the original cover and the movie cover and you buy the movie cover I’m never going to stop judging you except, I’ve bought the movie cover a few times
Person: OMG, how do you read books so fast?
Me: ... That wasn't even fast. I usually finish it in a day.
Person: omg but it takes me like a month to read a book!
Me: *stares in disbelief with mouth wide open looking like a goddamn fish while wondering how the hell it can take someone that long to read a book that is not the encyclopedia or some shit*
keladry: I have come to the conclusion that good books will leave you with a smile on your face. But great books will leave you heartbroken and likely in the fetal position because the author steals your soul with their words, and the very thought of leaving the world and the characters hurts.
carminnatta: When you’re reading a book and you come to a part that makes it hard to breathe, and you slowly close the book and put it down for a moment while you scream inside because you know that reading the next several hundred pages will be the most stressful experience of you life thus far… and then you take a deep breath and pick up the book again…
kclairemcgrath: obsessivedisneydisorder: can we discuss jane and belle’s different teaching techniques and how jane is teaching tarzan how to read with basic children’s books: “see jane.” “see jane run.” while belle on the other hand decides that the first thing beast should learn how to read is shakespeare’s romeo and juliet Belle’s having none of your uncultured shit.
Mr. Book Wonder: Waiting On Wednesday (22) →
mrbookwonder: Waiting on Wednesday is a weekly feature hosted by Jill of Breaking the Spine. It spotlights upcoming book releases that I’m eagerly waiting. RELEASE DATE. June 11, 2013 PUBLISHER. Little, Brown Books for Young Readers SYNOPSIS. They needed the perfect soldier:…